Simple Vertical List

Simple as can be! That's the good old box type "Simple Vertical List".
You can change the following content and styling settings:

General Options

  • Box Title (just be creative...)
  • Max. Number of Entries (Free users are limited, premium users are unlimited)
  • Sort Articles (ascending or descending in terms of publishing date)

General Layout Options

  • Width of Box
  • Height of Box (optional, standard value is auto-height)
  • Padding Around Items

General News Item Options

  • Open Links in New Window (yes or no)
  • Remove HTML Formatting (this is sometimes very helpful, especially when the feed contains strange HTML-tags or CSS-styles)
  • Max. Length of Item Title (optional, can be activated if titles are very long or when the lengths differ very often)
  • Max. Length of Item Description (optional, same as above. If this option is activated, our tool automatically removes all HTML-tags from the description for technical reasons)

Font Options

  • Font-Family
  • Box Title Size (px)
  • Item Title Size (px)
  • Item Description Size (px)

Text Colors

  • Box Title Color (HEX)
  • Item Title Color (HEX)
  • Item Description Color (HEX)

Background Colors

  • Box Title Background (HEX)
  • Item Background (HEX)

Borders and Separations Lines

  • Box Border (px)
  • Box Border Color (HEX)
  • Separation Lines (px)
  • Separation Line Color (HEX)


Examples

L.A. Times - Movie News

A political filmmaker's swan song chronicles a haunting close to an artist's life

As last movies by great filmmakers go, Andrzej Wajda’s “Afterimage” feels vividly connected to the Polish auteur’s beginnings, yet also acts as the kind of haunting close that sums up a life. Based on the ignominious final years of Poland’s avant-garde stalwart and noted theoretician Wladyslaw...

Daring 'Manifesto' channels artistic declarations through a spirited Cate Blanchett

Condensed into a feature-length film from a multiscreen video installation, Julian Rosefeldt’s invigorating “Manifesto” moves among a baker’s dozen of vignettes, each one pairing a different character played by Cate Blanchett with a 20th century art movement. From a raging homeless man to a heartless...

'Buena Vista Social Club: Adios' returns Cuban musicians to spotlight

The 1997 “Buena Vista Social Club” album and Wim Wenders’ accompanying 1999 tour documentary re-introduced the world to the long-forgotten yet infectious Cuban sound of son. Lucy Walker’s follow-up, “Buena Vista Social Club: Adios,” is both prequel and sequel to Wenders’ film. This vital documentary...

Bryan Cranston retreats and observes in literary drama 'Wakefield'

The film “Wakefield,” adapted from an E.L. Doctorow short story originally published in the New Yorker about a disgruntled family man’s retreat into hermit-like introspection, has been lovingly traced over by writer-director Robin Swicord (“The Jane Austen Book Club”) into a neat movie package...

'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales' sails well-charted waters

Since Hollywood loves a nostalgic reboot, it’s no surprise that the “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise is setting sail once again, six years after 2011’s “On Stranger Tides.” For this film, subtitled “Dead Men Tell No Tales,” Disney has hired a lesser-known filmmaking duo to reanimate the series...